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Sorry! Stand up for saree!

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prasad1

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Fashion designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee today issued apology after his comments on 'women who can’t wear sari' drew flak.

In a long open letter, the Kolkata-based designer said he was “sorry” and “regretted” using word “shame” to describe women who can’t drape a sari.


“I am sorry that I used the word ‘shame’ in reference to some women’s inability to wear a sari. I truly regret that the way in which I tried to make a point about the sari enabled it to be interpreted as misogynistic, patriarchal, and non-inclusive – this was certainly not my intention,” he wrote in the letter posted on his Instagram account.


https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/sabyasachi-apologizes-after-his-shame-on-women-remarks-backfire/articleshow/62915846.cms
 

renuka

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As one grows older ....one realizes that the saree is not a comfortable garment.
Its tight...the blouse has to fit...it cant be loosly flowing...the petticoat drawstrings have to be tied well around the waist..cant be loose otherwise saree would fall off.
Then the saree clings on to the body.

I recently didnt attend a wedding cos i found a saree to be quite a suffocating garment.
Being a Hindu wedding...everyone ONLY wears saree..so i didnt attend...age has caught up with me!
 

prasad1

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https://www.utsavpedia.com/ethnic-innovations/readymade-saree/

[FONT=&quot]A readymade saree, also known as a pre-stitched saree, is a saree that is no longer a 6 yard long continuous fabric that has to be draped. The elements of the saree’s draping i.e. the pleats and the pallu have already been pre- stitched in such a way that it need only be worn like a skirt and not draped like the conventional saree. Readymade[/FONT] sarees[FONT=&quot] are a convenient clothing item that retains the grace and elegance of the conventional saree, only without the hassle of draping. Like the conventional saree, readymade sarees are also available in a multitude of fabrics, designs, patterns and styles.[/FONT]


<strong style="margin: 0px; padding: 0px; font-size: 18px; color: rgb(51, 51, 51); font-family: "Source Sans Pro"; text-align: justify;">[video=youtube_share;DMkfuC4L70s]https://youtu.be/DMkfuC4L70s[/video]
 

renuka

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https://www.utsavpedia.com/ethnic-innovations/readymade-saree/

[FONT=&quot]A readymade saree, also known as a pre-stitched saree, is a saree that is no longer a 6 yard long continuous fabric that has to be draped. The elements of the saree’s draping i.e. the pleats and the pallu have already been pre- stitched in such a way that it need only be worn like a skirt and not draped like the conventional saree. Readymade[/FONT] sarees[FONT=&quot] are a convenient clothing item that retains the grace and elegance of the conventional saree, only without the hassle of draping. Like the conventional saree, readymade sarees are also available in a multitude of fabrics, designs, patterns and styles.[/FONT]


<strong style="margin: 0px; padding: 0px; font-size: 18px; color: rgb(51, 51, 51); font-family: "Source Sans Pro"; text-align: justify;">[video=youtube_share;DMkfuC4L70s]https://youtu.be/DMkfuC4L70s[/video]
Try using a public washroom/lavatory wearing a saree...not easy at all..its no Lungi dance!
 
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